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Play it again

19 Nov 2021 By Jonathan Guilford

The activist is blasting overspending, making a hostile tender offer, criticizing a major deal and pushing for a breakup in his campaign at the $4 bln U.S. utility. They are classic Icahn tactics. But history suggests investors might do best if he gets only some of what he wants.

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